Grant Applications

Grants are available to 501(c)3 non-profit organizations operating in Skagit County.

Community Impact Grants will be accepted between July 5th - 31st (at Noon).

Organizations providing services in the following areas are encouraged to apply:

  • Education: Supporting children from birth to kindergarten and their parents and caregivers
  • Income: Supporting financial self-sufficiency and financial literacy for children and families
  • Health: Supporting healthy, safe living and healthy choices for children and families

Points are given to agencies that attend our free Logic Model trainings (the application requires a completed logic model, budget, and projected demographics). Points are also given to agencies that participate in the appropriate coalition for their type of service. We require the agency be registered as a nonprofit with the State of Washington as well as registered for charitable solicitations; the agency must be a 501 (c) 3 registered with the IRS as well as provide your current 990 (IRS informational return); have a Board of Directors (names shared with us); and:

  • If the agency has gross receipts of $50,000 or less, they are required to submit current Compiled Financial Statements prepared by an independent CPA.
  • If the agency has gross receipts greater than $50,000 up to $500,000, they are required to submit a current Review of its finances prepared by an independent CPA.
  • If the agency has gross receipts of $500,000 or greater, the agency is required to submit a current Audit of its finances by an independent CPA.

NOTE: Basic Needs and Collective Impact grants will open later in the year.

Supporting Resources for Applicants:

Logic Model Template

Output and Indicators Worksheet

Special Announcements

Low Income Needs Assessment Release

Community Action of Skagit County invites you to join us for a sneak peak at the data gathered during the 2017 Low Income Needs Assessment, a survey of 650 low-income households led by Community Action of Skagit County, distributed by dozens of community partners and key volunteers, and analyzed by Applied Research Northwest, LLC.

Also, at the event the first-ever Skagit Change-Maker Award (Inspired by the life of Terry Belcoe) will be presented.

When: March 27, 1-3pm

Register Here

The event is open to all! Human services coalition partners, leaders in education and business, elected government officials and staff, and any community member impacted by poverty issues.


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